Heroes, Halloween, Heads and House Captains

We have had a wonderful week of two halves with some glorious sunshine and some really dreadful weather. It was the first beach school of the year – luckily on the Sunny day and the Year 2s enjoyed their very strict Victorian School Day!
Year 4 impressed the entire school with their outstanding Heroes’ projects. I couldn’t believe how articulate and thorough the children were in presenting their findings. Heroes ranged from Mountain runners to ‘my mum’ and all was presented in true St Peter’s style. Well done to Mr Godwin-Brown and Mrs Sims for working so hard with the children.
I have been meeting with Mrs Tyson to discuss a whole school poppy display in main Reception to mark Remembrance this year. However, before that is Harvest next Friday – please do bring in dried food, tins etc. and deposit it into the green boxes in the main Reception. However, before that(!) it’s the Halloween Disco next Thursday. Always a tremendous event supported by the whole school.
With one week to go until half term I can’t believe how quickly this half has gone. Thank you so much to all those parents who joined us for our first PTA of the year this week. Plans are underway for the Christmas Fair and the Ball next year. All help is hugely appreciated.
Thank you to Mr Brett for taking the cracking photos of our leadership team this year. Jack and Grace as Head Boy and Head Girl and the House Captains: Harriet, Parker, Alice and Alex. I’ve been very impressed with Year 8 rising to the challenge of leadership, setting a tremendous example and embracing responsibility. Well done.
And finally here is Sam of year 8 sheltering a reception child from the rain on her way from the Bus to Reception. What a treat of a picture.